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Version: production-271 Change language Jobs Privacy & Cookie Policy Corporate Info Legal Notices Product EULAs and Other Disclosures Terms of Service Age ratings Credits Steam Users' Forums > Steam Game So, your suggestion is manual overclock just using vcore and multipliers together with xmp for the memory? I used a usb headset and now my problems are gone. Remember, the BSOD happens after 15-20 minutes. http://cdhca.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-high-end-games-0x0000001e.php

If you have a new system with NO thermal paste on the CPU, put some on (if your system is older, check the CPU and put some more on). I looked at the BSOD message after disabling auto restart previously, one major thing it told me to do was disable caching/shadowing is bios...??? id suggest a fresh install of your windows OS. The file you uploaded is not the one.

squall083303-17-2010, 06:45 PMThere are lots of processors can go to 70s 80s very easily I'm using i7 920 with 3rd party water cooler, how can u expect it wont go over please PM me if this worked with you too , so we can spread the word and play this awesome game before BF3 comes out :) squall083309-30-2011, 05:46 AMfor those who Memtest86 rules, although Windows 7 also has a built-in memory tester.

Temperatures does not seem to be the problem. Not seated properly? What is > New Moto Z Force won't bluetooth... At first I figured it was due to bad RAM, but now the crashes seem to come in two's.

Any other suggestions? bugeric03-03-2010, 01:01 PM1st I will update my display drive 2nd I will reinstall the game 3rd I will reinstall my windows 4th I will us another windows 5th I will buy I already updated the drivers for gpu, sound, ethernet, updated windows but nothing happens. https://battlelog.battlefield.com/bf3/forum/threadview/2832654625356431100/ Ill then see is BSOD occurs again.

Here is why: I now constantly have issues where my screen flickers and has green dots for several seconds, and then resets with a... 0 0 02/02/14--06:32: Multiple BSOD Contact us Thought it would be RAM or HDD. The full erroe message was: ***stop:0x00000124, 0xfffffA8004bb9038, 0x00000000b2000040, 0x0000000000000800. BTW, I am running maxed settings in BC2.

The problem is, when the BSODs first started (entirely at random - we'd done no updates and... 0 0 02/01/14--20:01: BSOD on boot up and factory reset Contact us about this The Last 3 BSOD seem to be System_Service_Exception but before it used to flip between System_Service_Exception and PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA. However, in order to be able to read your STOP error, you will need to make sure your machine doesn't restart automatically when it happens. Hello guys!

I just got up, and the boy is not out of bed yet. http://cdhca.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-bf3.php Try running a stress test on the CPU such as "CPU stability test". PDA View Full Version : Bad Company 2 Blue Screen of DEATH!!! April?

morganz03-04-2010, 02:46 PMlol, BSOD is back after a day of playing Ran memory test, video card stress test, cpu stress test for 5 hours...everythings fine, including temps. I pre-ordered Vietnam for BFBC2 when I bought BFBC2 and it turns out that was the problem. I first had the Creative X-fi installed but removed it to see if that was the problem. http://cdhca.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-games-error-0x116.php A more mature game that is very stressful might be better.

Lowered oc to 4.1 ghz with TurboV Evo CPU level up, vcore was at 1.25 V Locked up fairly quickly in prime 95 I tried upping the Vcore to 1.28V, but yes no add cancel older | 1 | .... | 377 | 378 | (Page 379) | 380 | 381 | .... | 945 | newer HOME | ABOUT US | When I checked my CPU (1st time in the 1.5 year build) all the thermal paste was pretty much gone.

http://img837.imageshack.us/img837/7908/bsodq.jpg (here's it) Ghost90R05-03-2011, 01:12 PMSo i'm fixed this bluescreen.

Till next time! « Patch can't find game | Someone is giving me a free GeForce GT 9600 so im unsure on whether i should upgrade. » Thread Tools Show HiVizMan12-10-2013, 01:57 PMNope not a waste, you have learnt a whole heap. No luck, still crashes to BSOD. squall083309-28-2010, 01:57 AMFrom a professional viewpoint, thow the fricken overpriced over glorified Corsair ram out.

What fixed it for me are the 10.3a and now 10.3b drivers. But likely it was the CPU temp, BC2 is a very CPU intensive game (apparently, hence all the i5/i7 quadcore buzz). Obviously, this type of testing is a lot easier if you've got access to equivalent components in order to perform swaps. http://cdhca.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-games-0x124-thinks-its-video-card.php I don't know what particular part of that motherboard is failing whenever my friend is playing a heavy games (BFBC2, CODMW2,ARMA2) all where steam games, because playing a facebook games has

If this works, start putting things back until the problem occurs, then you'll know what it is and can go from there. it has loads of issues/crashes. (Me aswell has around 3 different types of crashes). all other games run soooo well. BigEV03-05-2010, 12:50 PMGPU is around 45-55 under load, it's fine.

if not just google this ...............>tcpip.sys Google is your friend WALKINGCORPSE1 Enlisted: 2011-10-25 2012-12-11 14:47 atG_Starbusta said:WALKINGCORPSE1 said:hey matrix,,any idea why i would get this error message when mine bsod,,,,,,tcpip.sys,,,happens alot.do I looked at the BSOD message after disabling auto restart previously, one major thing it told me to do was disable caching/shadowing is bios...??? Thanks for your support PS,to previous inquiries, yes I have use drive sweeper, I have used gigabytes CIA2 automatic cpu overclocker function a couple times in the past..but disabled it due